Fernando Alvarez-Perez

Fernando Alvarez-Perez

Senior Associate*
Miami, Washington, D.C.

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 305 459 6642 (Miami) +1 202 637 5600 (Washington, D.C.)

Fax +1 305 459 6550 (Miami) +1 202 637 5910 (Washington, D.C.)

LanguagesEnglish, Spanish

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Fernando Alvarez-Perez focuses on international arbitration and cross-border litigation, with a special emphasis on energy, construction, and media. His experience across industries and deep knowledge of international dispute resolution have helped him effectively represent clients in numerous high-stakes disputes.

Fernando has represented both investors and states in investment arbitration, as well as companies and individuals in international commercial arbitration and litigation. He is fluent in Spanish and provides bilingual counsel to clients. His arbitration experience includes International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) arbitration.

*Admitted only in Florida and North Carolina; practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm

Education and admissions


J.D., The University of Chicago Law School, 2014

B.A., University of Miami, 2011

Bar admissions and qualifications


North Carolina

Representative experience

Representing a major energy company in ICC arbitration relating to a power-generation facility.

Representing U.S. energy companies in negotiations with contractors relating to foreign energy projects.

Representing a Central American country in ICSID arbitration relating to the liquidation of a brokerage firm.

Representing a Honduran multinational across several federal district courts in litigation under 28 U.S.C. § 1782.

Representing a Colombian television network and obtaining an USD$8.9m judgment for copyright and trademark infringement against a multinational television-streaming company and its owners.

Representing national clothing brand in trademark and copyright disputes.

Representing five British Virgin Island companies pursuing a billion-dollar claim against the Republic of Ecuador.

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